Perhaps, one can be forgiven to say that the title gets it right. Here we are talking about an overdose of fun accompanied with a crowd hungry to have more. Sky, as its name suggests, is the place to hangout if you want to maximise your time out.
With another entertainment story yet to be revealed, this one is more explicit in many ways, though more complex.
Sky is a place that showcases the night life of club-goers and genre stylisation.
Sky was last weekend happening with revellers filling the bar to capacity for karaoke sessions which began at 9:00 pm.
Various vocally talented youth took to the microphone and mimed both international and local songs before revellers. A group of eight teenagers comprised of four boys and girls started off in full gear performing a number of dancehall songs.
They started off with the two reggaeton songs from the Puerto Rican duo of Wisin and Yandell. “IIame Pa Verte” was the first song that the group danced.
Pulling rare strip dance strokes, the girls displayed what most doubted about them-energetic moves and it was the same thing that happened when they danced to another song of Wisin and Yandell “Rakata”.
You would think they were on a dancing competition. The combination of both girls and boys was well coordinated and the crowd was thrilled by the moves they pulled.
Still in Puerto Rico, they could not go without dancing to the king of reggaeton Daddy Yankee’s songs. When the highly danceable Gasolina was performed, people started screaming and begging for more from the girls who couldn’t spare anyone.
Rompe was the next to be mimed. Alongside the crowd, they displayed what they are best at-shaking what their mama’s gave them all the way down to the floor ‘paka chini’ style, tantalizing revellers.
When it was approaching to 10:00 pm, the group did a strip dance by girls only. Dressed in bikini shorts and bras the group started with Christina Aguilera’s Dirty.
True to what they were dancing too, they displayed ‘Dirty’ strokes that left many men fantasizing.
From dirty, they continued to the strip song of the Pussy Cat Dolls, Buttons, time for the boys was up but this time with a different type of music. The boys danced crossed the border to neighbouring DR Congo.
Starting with Koffi Olomide’s songs, the congregation was then taken back to the 90’s where the musician hit the prime lyrics. The fans of Papa Wemba were also not left out.
His music was played and people danced themselves lame. Oh what a night!